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- Print Length: 316 pages
- Publisher: Science Future Press (March 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XG4HBC5
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,730 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Anarchy Missing: Alpha Case (Anarchy Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This Anarchy series is full of super heroes and and their super ladies, and of course there has to be super villains. Sometimes it's hard to tell who's who in the zoo. In book 2, Anarchy Missing, Case Reider, to me, comes off as a more vulnerable and emotionally damaged hero than Lincoln, the hero in book 1. I was happy that Case had a strong female in Lulu to support him. The chemistry between them is sizzling hot, not to mention the illustrations throughout the book are ooo-la-la. Ummm hmmm.
As with all JA Huss series, this book was a perfect continuation of the plot that began in book one. We get more information of the history of the heroes and the diabolical evil they are up against. And as always there's just that twist at the end that left me thinking....JAH has done it again! What the heck is she up to now!!? And of course, EOBS, not to be missed. It gives the readers just a glimpse into the genius of how JAH comes up with some of her stories and teases her most ardent fans of what she has in store for us. And after reading this latest EOBS? Oh joy...heaven, I'm in heaven. So hmmmm, how do I rate this? What else but 5 stars!
It's been awhile since I visited Cathedral City with its mountains and spires and corruption and... superheroes. Or are they supervillains? Whichever category they fall into, Huss had me falling for this next Alpha almost immediately - despite his valid concerns about his sanity.
Reading Anarchy Missing is akin to watching a Marvel movie - riveting and exciting from the get-go. I was immersed in this world from page one where we're able to see how our Alphas attain their uniqueness, watch them acquire their girl, and deal with a crisis... all they while planning for the thing that they're really intent on accomplishing. In Anarchy Missing we meet Lulu (I LOVE her name!!), someone Case was involved with years ago. She comes back to town with a purpose - that being Lady Justice. I adored Lulu. She's intelligent and strong, and even though she wants to serve up justice, she's not so hellbent on it that she can't look deeper - consider all sides. Case is this super-talented high-tech designer/developer. He's the same loyal guy we met in Anarchy Found, yet different. He still has strong feelings for Lulu but believes he isn't good for her - especially since he keeps having this feeling...that something is wrong with him. And there just might be.
All the Alphas are very present in this installment - banding together to figure out what the latest evil invading their city is. They can't be villains, can they?!? Molly and Sheila are also present which makes the story that much more gripping because the entire cast is well-developed - even AI Sheila - and that development along with the dynamics between them all gives the story more depth.
This world Huss has created with all its unique high-tech gadgetry and medicine, its evil villains and superheroes who might be supervillains is so entertaining and fascinating. Huss is still in the building phase and I'm hopefuly we get another Alpha book this year so we can get a better idea of where the Alphas are leading Cathedral City. Plus, I want to see Thomas get his girl. *wink*
Only Huss could take me out of my comfort zone genre-wise and make me grateful for the experience. I haven't gotten my paperback yet (book buying ban) but I'm hoping it has all the hand-drawn art to complete the comic book feel. The art was a real bonus in the first installment so I hope it's carried throughout. As for the story, there are questions, of course, but I know in the end all will be answered. And so I'll anxiously await my next trip to Cathedral City.
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